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bio website eagledesignmedia.net
location Westbury, NY
age 23
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I'm what I call a 'creative jack of all trades'. I do a bit of everything here and there; I go through phases at times, where I'll do one or two things, then I'll just hop to something else. From programming/coding/scripting, to graphic design and art. Music making to story/play writing (haven't done the later in a while though).

My main passion is visual art - traditional drawing and painting and things like that up along with computers, so I can usually be found combining the two often. ...As of late, while I've been doing programming here and there, I find myself sticking with web development right now. :P


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comment How to recover a bootloader after installing ram?
@user1055604 I can see the BIOS screen and POST. Before the update (see original question), I just couldn't get to the screen. I WAS dual booting Windows 7 and Ubuntu. I don't have a Windows DVD anymore so I figured I'd repair grub... However as I mentioned now, it seems that it's working fine.... Especially once I remembered to plug the mouse back in LOL.
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comment How to recover a bootloader after installing ram?
I've got a copy of PC-Check. Should the ram tests there be good enough to run? If so I'll re-run those.
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